1. Archives of African American Music & Culture

    The Archives of African American Music and Culture (AAAMC) is devoted to the collection, preservation, and dissemination of materials for the purpose of research and study of African-American music and...

    Type: Department
  2. Law Library

    With over 675,000 volumes, the Law Library is one of the twenty largest law libraries in the country, and the largest in the state of Indiana.

    Type: Department
  3. Ostrom Workshop Library

    The Workshop Research Library serves as a research resource center for IU and Workshop faculty, students, staff and visitors. It houses 30,000 books, journals, articles, working papers, reports, and newsletters.

    Type: Department
  4. Black Film Center/Archive

    The Black Film Center/Archive is a repository of films and related materials by and about African Americans. Included are films which have substantial participation by African Americans as writers, actors,...

    Type: Department
  5. LGBTQ+ Library

    The library of the LGBTQ+ Culture Center. Books, magazines, videos, and other resources.

    Type: Department
  6. Indiana Prevention Resource Center Library

    The IPRC Library maintains a non-circulating collection of monographs, curricula, journals and other reference items; and a circulating collection of videotapes, curriculum guides and packages.

    Type: Department
  7. Global Studies

    Global Studies is the interdisciplinary study and critical analysis of issues and problems that transcend national boundaries and world areas.
    Type: Research Guide
  8. Slavic and East European Studies

    IU's Slavic and East European collection is one of the most extensive Slavic and East European collections of North America. The collection is comprehensive covering more than 15 vernacular language publications and is well developed to support PhD researches in many areas. It is much more than a Russia-focused collection. Polish, Czech, Romanian, and Slovenian collections are also very strong.
    Type: Research Guide
  9. Classical Studies

    Covers, for the most part at research level, Greek and Latin literature, language, culture, palaeography, epigraphy, textual criticism, mythology, and religion; the history of classical scholarship; patristics; classical archaeology; and ancient history.
    Type: Research Guide
  10. Public and Environmental Affairs

    Serving the School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA), this multidisciplinary subject includes Arts Management and Administration, Environmental Science, Health Administration, Human Resources Management, and Public Affairs and Policy.
    Type: Research Guide
  11. Animal Behavior

    Pertains to the multidisciplinary field including neuroscience, learning, development, ecology, and biological evolution and diversity as a means of studying and understanding the behavior of animals.
    Type: Research Guide
  12. African Studies

    The Indiana University African Studies Collection covers Africa south of the Sahara at a research level, and north Africa at a general level.
    Type: Research Guide
  13. Southeast Asian Studies

    Interdisciplinary research and curriculum support for Southeast Asia - relevant countries include Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Timor L'este, Brunei, Singapore, Papua New Guinea, Cambodia, Laos, Burma, Thailand, and Vietnam.
    Type: Research Guide
  14. Tibetan Studies

    Tibetan Studies encompass the language, literature, and culture of Tibet. Areas covered include history, religion, philosophy, linguistics, literature, folklore, social life and customs, education, the arts, and traditional medicine.
    Type: Research Guide